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Communities at risk of flash flooding are being given guidance from the Environment Agency to arm themselves with a protective action plan.
The Environment Agency has prosecuted a Hampshire scrap metal business for waste offences following a number of complaints from the local community and for putting local groundwater at risk of pollution.
Anglers taking to the Broads for the start of the new Coarse fishing season can benefit from a range of partnership projects intended to improve angling.
Sellafield Limited has today been fined £700,000 and ordered to pay £72,635.34 in costs at Carlisle Crown Court for sending several bags of radioactive waste to a landfill site in Cumbria.
Environment Minister Richard Benyon visited Morpeth yesterday to see first-hand how construction is progressing on the Morpeth flood alleviation scheme.
The Environment Agency is reassuring people in Devon and Cornwall that a brown substance recently seen in bathing waters around the south coast for the last four weeks is a harmless algal bloom.
A blitz on illegal fishing saw 54 offence notices served during the bank holiday weekend.
The Environment Agency is encouraging mums and families to give Dad the perfect gift this Father’s Day – and get him fishing!
Community encouraged to protect their local waterway. Last week, a new set of signage was put up at 7 locations on the Bottesford Beck, in the Bottesford area.
A well known tourist destination in the Lake District, devastated by flooding in 2009, is set to benefit from innovative new self-closing flood barriers.
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